Winter Time

Winter is the time for comfort, good food and warmth. Keeping loved ones warm in Winter, comfortable and safe is absolutely necessary. The elderly feel sensitive to cold temperature from general ageing, health conditions and medication side effects. As you get older,...

Elderly Care At Christmas

Christmas can be a magical time of year for some people. It can also be an unwelcome reminder of loneliness. It can be hard for people who may not have family live nearby or don’t have a wide social circle, so everyone should consider the wellbeing of older...

Dementia

Early Symptoms of Dementia Memory problems particularly remembering recent events Increasing confusion Reduced concentration Behaviour changes Loss of ability to do everyday tasks Finding it hard to carry out familiar daily tasks Mood changes Struggling to follow a...

Lest We Forget

Armistice Day on 11th November, the anniversary of the end of hostilities in World War 1 in 1918. Poppies are worn as a show of support for the Armed Forces community. The poppy is a well established symbol that carries a wealth of history. Wreaths of remembrance...

Remember remember the 5th of November

Bonfire night is a time for fireworks in the Autumn chilly air. Sunday 5th November commemorates Guy Fawkes failed attempt to blow up the houses of Parliament in 1605. While the traditions can be fun for many people, a gentle reminder that for elderly people fireworks...

Celebrating our Wonderful Carers!

We promote when our carers go above and beyond for our clients, our employee quarter wall is just one example of this! Continued professional development is paramount in enabling our staff to reach and exceed their goals. We offer to all staff a wide range of training...